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My Climate Story makes global climate change personal.

 

In workshops for climate storytellers from the sixth grade on up, participants are sharing how we’re making sense of global climate change. These stories connect big data to real and personal experiences. They show how local climate impacts are shaping life stories, and how they’re making us feel.

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Nick’s Story

As I have grown up in Southern California, heat has been normal for myself. Whereas for my dad,…

Jack’s Story

While attending my last of college in Eugene, Oregon I had noticed this year was different…

Ari’s Story

Last September– I got back home to Eugene after quarantining with family outside the mainland…

Bryce’s Story

Growing up in Colorado Springs, I’ve always experienced drought. It was normal to my eyes, I knew no different, but I remember 2012 feeling different…

Kevin’s Story

My family has always been busy, my dad is a doctor, my brother is on…

Maya’s Story

I believe one of the smaller hallmark moments that really opened my eyes to the effects of climate change was noticing how hazy the summer months…

Nicole’s Story

I went in 2016 to visit the “Big Four Ice Caves” in Granite Falls, Washington. I had seen a friend post photos of how beautiful…

Jalen’s Story

I have sensed climate change most recently through wildfires.
I can see them creeping up around…

Grace’s Story

I think as a white, upper-middle-class person living in America climate change hasn’t impacted me very…

Camille’s Story

For as long as I can remember I have wanted to leave my hometown in Colorado and explore other places. My family and I…

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